GreatResponder.com on July 21, 2012 : Cloud tool ‘Marketplace’ has been upgraded and launched for the valuable web hosting customers. This was announced by Rackspace web hosting service Provider Company on Wednesday July 19, 2012. This tool is App-Direct based and now it is available with enhanced and newly added features. This will improve the experience of customer tremendously for accessing tools, solutions, and ecosystems of applications. This is going to prove an amazing tool for web hosting customers of Rackspace Company.
Mr. John Engates who is the chief technical officer at Rackspace has said, “Over the past three years, Rackspace has grown the Cloud Tools program because of its commitment to openness and collaboration with best-of-breed solution providers; the Cloud Tools Marketplace provides an ideal customer experience by making it easier for them to identify the most appropriate technologies to use with their open cloud deployment.” Mr. Engates was so committed and excited about the development, enhancement, and launch of this great tool that, he was confident, will provide great level of satisfaction and experience of using such great web hosting services and associated tools on Rackspace platforms.
This tool provides exciting functionality of searching the suitable applications that fulfill the needs of customer business. The search functionality enables the customer to search through the categories of technologies and find suitable solution and install on their web hosting services. This tool will also enable developers, IT professionals, and enterprises to use Rackspace open cloud for evaluating the many technologies to give the best possible capabilities.
This tool also is capable of providing many web hosting customers with the useful information that they need like screenshots, audio and video demos and reviews provided by different users for certain services and applications.
This tool also provides capabilities of third party management tools to its web hosting customer on the Rackspace platform.